Monday, June 13, 2016

Bazzomanifesto Update 06/13/16: 11 New Topics In Today's blog


B) Check Out Yorktown News:
New Bazzo Says Column: Acting Presidential:
C) Check Out The Somers Record:
D)  Check Out Mahopac News:
E) Check Out North Salem News:
F) Volpe/Bazzo Report: June 2016 Show:

1) The Human Rights Watch Film Festival in New York June 12-22, 2016

2) NYGOP Events Calendar

3) Town Of Ossining: Supervisor's Update- June 10th, 2016

4) Town Of Ossining: Town Board Regular Meeting - June 14th, 2016

5) Town Of Yorktown: Public Meeting Agendas] Planning Board Televised Meeting 06/13/16

6) Press Release: WENDY LONG hits Chuck Schumer on Islamic Terror

7) NEWS: Maloney Announces 2016 Service Academy Appointments

8) New York responds...

9) What happened to Terrence Murphy's taxes, Libby Pataki and Mahopac FD

10) "Upstate killjoy" blocks Sunday booze sales...

11) PRESS RELEASE] Murphy bill would create stroke centers


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Human Rights Watch Film Festival  June 12-22, 2016
Join us in Celebrating 25 years of Documenting Human Rights around the World Through Film
Special Discounted Tickets available via ULP Network!
United Latino Professionals Inc. is a proud supporter of the 25th Human Rights Watch Film Festival in New York from June 12 to June 22, 2016. 
We have partnered with the festival to help spread the word and offer ULP Network members a special $3 discount on all tickets including the much acclaimed World Premiere of A QUIET INQUISITION! screening June 20th at the IFC Center
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For screenings at the Film Society of Lincoln Center:
United Latino Professionals members receive a $3 discount on tickets to all films in the HRW Film Festival including the screening of  A QUIET INQUISITION!
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*Offer valid online and at the box office. Please bring a print-out of this offer or mention  "ULP" to redeem.
At the IFC Center 
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Through the Human Rights Watch Film Festival we bear witness to human rights violations and create a forum for courageous individuals on both sides of the lens to empower audiences with the knowledge that personal commitment can make a difference. The film festival brings human rights abuses to life through storytelling in a way that challenges each individual to empathize and demand justice for all.
It all started 25 years ago here in New York City. Through friends at The Public Theater, Human Rights Watch was offered the use of a spare theater room equipped with a modest-sized television set on which to present the first Human Rights Watch Film Festival to a small but committed audience. Today, the festival lives on the big screen, experienced annually by over 100,000 passionate audience members in more than 20 cities worldwide. On this special occasion, we would like to express our heartfelt thanks to you, our audience, whose enthusiasm and support have made the Human Rights Watch Film Festival what it is today. All films are New York Premieres unless otherwise noted.
Film Festival

A Quiet Inquisition + Q&A with filmmakers
World Premiere
June 15, 8:30pm | Film Society of Lincoln Center
June 20, 7:00pm | IFC Center 
Presented in association with Cinema Tropical

At a public hospital in Nicaragua, OBGYN Dr. Carla Cerrato must choose between following a law that bans all abortions and endangers her patients, or taking a risk and providing the care that she knows can save a woman's life. Find out more
Discussion to follow with filmmakers Alessandra Zeka & Holen Sabrina Kahn and film subject Dr. Carla Cerrato
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Town Supervisor Dana Levenberg The Volunteer-Spirited Town Supervisor's Update- June 10th, 2016 Happy Friday, everyone! I hope you are somewhere enjoying the beautiful weather with a cold glass of iced tea (yes, June 10th is Nation
On Friday, June 10, 2016 5:31 PM, Town Supervisor Dana Levenberg wrote:


    The Volunteer-Spirited Town

Town Board Regular Meeting - June 14th, 2016


Tuesday, June 14th, 2016 - 7:30PM

Birdsall-Fagan Police/Court Facility

86-88 Spring Street, Ossining, NY 10562
All Board Meetings are televised LIVE on GO-TV, on Channel 78. Taped shows are repeated every Thursday at 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. on Channels 78 and 18.
Watch the live webcast of Ossining Government Access Cablevision Channel 78 and Verizon Channel 43, including Town and Village Board Meetings, or stream them LIVE here.

Please feel free to forward this e-mail to any of your family, friends, acquaintances, or business associates who may have an interest in these, as well as other Town subjects.
As always, please feel very free to contact me with any questions.
Dana Levenberg, Town Supervisor
16 Croton Ave, Ossining NY 10562

On Friday, June 10, 2016 4:14 PM, Public Meeting Agendas wrote:
363 Underhill Ave, Yorktown Heights, NY 10598
Planning Board Televised Meeting
Calendar Date:
Monday, June 13, 2016 - 7:00pm

Correspondence/Liaison Reports
Meeting Minutes – May 23, 2016
Hilltop Associates
SBL: 37.06-1-25
Request for a First 90-day Time Extension

Location: 450 Hilltop Road
Contact: Albert A. Capellini, Esq.
Description: A 3 lot subdivision approved by Planning Board Resolution #08-02 on January 14, 2008.
322 Kear, LLC (Marathon Development Group)
SBL: 37.18-2-51
Decision Statement

Location: 322 Kear Street
Contact: Site Design Consultants
Description: Proposed approximately 13,000 square foot, three-story commercial and residential building with associated parking.
Ianuzzi Re-Subdivision
SBL: 47.15-1-14, 15, 16
Decision Statement

Location: 1189 Baptist Church Road
Contact: Site Design Consultants
Description: Proposed to re-subdivide the existing 3 lots into 4 lots under the Town's Flexibility Standards.
Taconic Vet Clinic & Canine Kindergarten
SBL: 36.05-1-18
Decision Statement

Location: 3655 Crompond Road
Contact: MAP Architecture
Description: Proposed new amended resolution to the approved as-built changed to the approved site plan.
Spark Steakhouse
SBL: 26.18-1-7.29
Public Informational Hearing

Location: 3360 Old Crompond Road (Crompond Crossing)
Contact: MAP Architecture
Description: Proposed, amended site plan for a request for a special permit to allow 274 square foot addition, outdoor dining for 40 seats.
Brophy, Stephen
SBL: 35.08-1-17
Public Informational Hearing

Location: 3787 Crompond Road
Contact: Site Design Consultants
Description: Proposed to convert existing building into a restaurant with a patio for outdoor seating and required parking.
Kia Dealership
SBL: 35.08-1-21
Discussion Special Use Permit

Location: 3805 Crompond Road
Contact: Michael Norton, Esq.
Description: Operation of a new car dealership on accordance with Section 300-71.
ZBA Referral #31/16 – Countryside Properties
SBL: 35.08-1-17, 18

Location: 3787 Crompond Road
Contact: Fred Sannacandro
Description: This is an application for a special use permit for an Exterior Storage Yard pursuant to Section 300-44 of the Town of Yorktown Zoning Code. This property is located in a C-4 Zoning District.
ZBA Referral #33/16 – Saccente
SBL: 26.05-1-48

Location: 3197 Rocky Place
Contact: Michael Saccente
Description: This is an application for a variance to allow an addition that will have a rear yard setback of 39.2’ where 45’ are required as stated in the decision of the Zoning Board of appeals on May 24, 2001. This Property is in an R1-10 Zoning District.
ZBA Referral #37/16 - Pervizi
SBL: 16.11-1-60

Location: 3666 Old Yorktown Road
Contact: Carmella Pervizi
Description: This is an application for variances to allow a farm use on a parcel of land that is less than the required 5 acres. This is also an application to allow a farm stand on this property in a section that is zoned C-2. Farm uses are only permitted in R1 zoning Districts. This parcel has 2.44 acres in an R1-20 zoning district and 2.2 acres in a C-2 zoning District.
Town Board Referral
Proposed Local Law to amend Chapter 124-2(C) of the Code of the Town of Yorktown changing the insurance requirements for obtaining a Blasting and Explosives permit.
Town Board Referral
Proposed Local Law to amend Chapter 201-2 of the Code of the Town of Yorktown entitled “Littering,” and to include a new Section 201-10 entitled “Recorded Images Violations.”
Town Board Referral
Proposed Local Law to amend Chapter 300-3(B) of the Code of the Town of Yorktown entitled “Zoning: Definitions, Word Usage,” by amending the definition of “Home Occupation.”
Town Board Referral
Proposed Local Law to amend Chapter 300-21 and 300-55 of the Code of the Town of Yorktown regarding the approval of private and parochial schools and helistops.
Yorktown Highway Garage
SBL: 37.11-1-52

Discussion Site Plan
Location: Greenwood Street
Description: Proposed new highway garage on the town property adjacent to the Hallock Mill Sewer Plant.
Front Street Property
SBL: 37.19-1-7

Discussion Site Plan
Location: 251 Underhill Avenue
Description: Proposed mixed use building and parking on existing highway garage and parking.
Town Board Referral
Proposed Local Law to repeal Chapter 270 of the code of the town of Yorktown entitled "Trees," and replace it with a new Chapter 270 entitled "Tree Ordinance."

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                       
June 13, 2016
CONTACT: PATRICK EGAN (646) 979-0621
New York, New York - Wendy Long, the nominee for U. S. Senate of the Republican, Conservative, and Reform parties in New York to oppose incumbent U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) today said:

"We are at war with, and Americans are being killed on their own soil by, an enemy that Chuck Schumer, Hillary Clinton, and Barack Obama refuse to name.

"These three individuals live in a bubble of political correctness that treats Islamic terror attacks as workplace violence, gun control problems, or hate crimes against groups such as the gay community. 

"The problem is Islamic jihad.  ISIS radio called Omar Mateen a solider of the Caliphate in America.  This is war, not just street crime, hate crime, or gun crime.  

"Chuck Schumer is the poster boy of all that is wrong with our policies.  He is disarming law-abiding Americans who have a constitutional right to protect themselves and their fellow citizens.  He is fighting for open borders as the leader of the Gang of 8.  And he is a puppet of political correctness just like Obama and Clinton, the weak and deceptive woman who says she 'has our back' but won't undertake aggressive surveillance and intelligence of potential jihadist persons and cells in America. 

"Schumer and Clinton do not have our back, and they must both be defeated in November so that we can secure our borders, defend ourselves, protect our people, and with our allies win the war of Islamic jihad against the West."  

"Schumer's gun control would not have disarmed Omar Mateen.  Schumer is disarming only the American citizens who follow the rule of law.

"Donald Trump is right about the Trojan horse that the Obama-Clinton migrant program and the Schumer open-borders immigration agenda will allow in to our country.  Tens of thousands of unscreenable individuals are flooding into our country with the approval of Schumer, Clinton, and Obama. 

"The ones to whom America should grant asylum in this country are the Christians who are being slaughtered in the jihadist genocide.  They can assimilate here and are 100 percent screenable, unlike the Muslim migrants that Schumer, Obama, and Clinton are letting in by the tens of thousands."  



June 13, 2016
CONTACT: Caitlin Girouard, 202-225-5441
Maloney Announces 2016 Service Academy Appointments
12 Students from the Hudson Valley accepted offers of appointment to a U.S. Service Academy or Prep School
Newburgh, NY At a reception hosted by Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18), Rep. Maloney announced that 12 students from the Hudson Valley accepted offers of appointment to one of our nation’s four service academies. Rep. Maloney has the ability to nominate students to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, U.S. Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs, the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, and the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point. To assist with the nomination process, Rep. Maloney established an esteemed committee of military and civic leaders from the Hudson Valley that interviewed potential nominees, reviewed their applications and made recommendations. The Academies make the final decision on who receives an appointment of admission.
“I am enormously proud of these young people from the Hudson Valley, and their offers of appointment to our nation’s service academies,” said Maloney, a member of the West Point Board of Visitors and the son of a navy veteran. “These courageous young men and women have chosen to serve our country – their dedication is inspiring - and I look forward to following their careers as they step into key leadership positions in our Armed services. Representing the staff and cadets of the United States Military Academy in Congress is a distinct honor and privilege, and I enjoy having the opportunity to participate in the nomination process.”  
The following students were nominated by Rep. Maloney and accepted an offer of appointment to one of the following academies: 
United States Military Academy at West Point
Daniel Neuburger from Katonah, NY
James Johnson from Monroe, NY
Michael Merritt from Wappingers Falls, NY
Andrew Neidnig from Port Jervis, NY
United States Naval Academy at Annapolis
Allison Gonzales from Monroe, NY
Jordan Giordano from Newburgh, NY
Donovan Murphy from Montgomery, NY (United States Naval Academy Prep School)
United States Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs
Ulysses Bach from Tuxedo, NY
Michael Andrews from Beacon, NY
Leonard Bowen from Middletown, NY (United States Air Force Academy Prep School)
United States Merchant Marine Academy at King’s Point
Matthew Beisswenger from Fishkill, NY
David Germain from Cornwall-on-Hudson, NY
**Photographs from the reception are available upon request

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From: Nick @ Gmail
Sent: Fri, Jun 10, 2016 2:59 pm
Subject: What happened to Terrence Murphy's taxes, Libby Pataki and Mahopac FD

Another great article. Those in power refuse to live by the same rules that the rest of us have to.

Why don't the politicians of Yorktown care enough about the citizens and the school children to pay their taxes like the rest of us.

This is running in Sunday's paper

Nick Witkowich

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ALBANY, NY - Strokes are the nation's fifth leading cause of death and a leading cause of serious long-term disability, with almost 795,000 new and recurring cases being reported per year. As an experienced healthcare professional, Senator Terrence Murphy, is well aware of the importance of rapid identification, diagnosis and treatment of strokes in helping to save more lives.
A bill sponsored by Senator Murphy, (S5771A), passed by the Senate, authorizes the designation of comprehensive stroke centers, primary stroke centers, and acute stroke-ready hospitals that will complement and enhance the state's existing system of stroke care to provide better treatment for stroke patients statewide.
"Based on my many years of experience in healthcare, I can attest to the fact that stroke center designations will save lives," Senator Murphy said. "I am proud to have partnered with the American Heart Association and the American Stroke Association to lead the fight on this common-sense legislation that has already been established in other states across the nation. This important legislation passed with unanimous bipartisan support and I urge my colleagues in the Assembly to follow suit before this year's session ends."
To increase survival and decrease the disabilities associated with stroke, an effective system is needed in New York's communities to treat stroke patients in a timely manner and improve their overall treatment.
This legislation would provide specific patient care and support services criteria that stroke centers must meet in order to ensure that stroke patients receive safe and effective treatment. Hospitals would be able to apply to the state Department of Health to be designated as a comprehensive stroke center, primary stroke center or acute stroke ready hospital. Additionally, the state's Emergency Medical Services Councils would modify the emergency medical response system to ensure that stroke patients may be quickly identified, transported to, and treated in facilities that have specialized programs for providing timely and effective treatment for stroke patients. The bill also would create a stroke registry to help track statewide outcomes.
Dr. Mitchell Elkind, professor of neurology and epidemiology, head of the Division of Neurology Clinical Outcomes Research and Population Sciences at Columbia University, and spokesman with the American Stroke Association said, "The American Stroke Association is deeply grateful for Senator Murphy's leadership in our unified goal to improve stroke care in New York. This legislation championed by Senator Murphy will establish the model stroke center hospital designation that many other states are currently implementing. It's time that New York embraces this standard of care so that all New Yorkers will be able to benefit from the best possible stroke treatment."
The bill has been sent to the Assembly.


Senator Terrence Murphy, 691 E Main St, Shrub Oak, NY 10588
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